ES2215330T3 - Printed gloves with silicone lisa with constant grip capacity in various hygrometric conditions. - Google Patents

Printed gloves with silicone lisa with constant grip capacity in various hygrometric conditions.

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ES2215330T3
ES2215330T3 ES98959271T ES98959271T ES2215330T3 ES 2215330 T3 ES2215330 T3 ES 2215330T3 ES 98959271 T ES98959271 T ES 98959271T ES 98959271 T ES98959271 T ES 98959271T ES 2215330 T3 ES2215330 T3 ES 2215330T3
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Hye-Sook Kang
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Hanyoung Kangaroo Co Ltd
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D19/00Gloves
    • A41D19/015Protective gloves
    • A41D19/01576Protective gloves made of a patchwork of different materials
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D19/00Gloves
    • A41D19/015Protective gloves
    • A41D19/01547Protective gloves with grip improving means
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D19/00Gloves
    • A41D19/015Protective gloves
    • A41D19/01547Protective gloves with grip improving means
    • A41D19/01558Protective gloves with grip improving means using a layer of grip improving material

Abstract

An athlete's glove comprising a back and a part corresponding to the palm of artificial leather (10), which is combined with the back to adapt to the human hand by being attached along the edges of each part in a substantially continuous manner, said part corresponding to the palm of the hand being characterized in that it comprises: a silicone sealant (20) printed with a pattern on said artificial leather (10) to form a contact surface (20a) that covers a proportion of the area of the printed artificial leather, thereby causing said silicone sealant (20) to penetrate said artificial leather (10) so that the contact surface (20a) occupies substantially the same plane as the outer surface of the artificial leather of the flat part (10a) and to allow capillary action between the contact surface (20a) and the adjacent artificial leather (10).

Description

Printed gloves with smooth silicone with capacity of constant grip in various hygrometric conditions.

Background of the invention Field of the Invention

The present invention relates to a glove improved non-slip and more particularly, to a glove for athletes especially to be used in combination with several athletic activities, such as golf, sports that make use of bats, etc., which has a durable grip ability and consisting of several moisture conditions on the face of it corresponding to the palm of the hand.

Description of the prior art

As is known, gloves are widely used for various types of sports, such as golf, sports that do use of bats, football, racquetball, etc., to protect the hand human injury, cold, etc. The gloves for used athletes in this variety of sports they are usually performed with a very thin, flexible material, such as natural leather, or leather artificial polyurethane that generally has a thickness in a range of 0.4 to 0.8 mm. Although these gloves They are primarily intended to protect the hand of the user regarding injuries and cold, many athletes believe that Properly designed gloves are essential to improve your athletic performance

One of the most essential characteristics of a Athlete's glove is the ability to grip, and currently, many of existing leather gloves can provide a feeling very soft and flexible, finger movement, protection, and tactile response, but in general the ability to grip these Gloves is inferior to that of the bare human hand. Gloves "sticky" leather have improved significantly as far as to enhance the ability to grip leather gloves conventional, although the sticky material leaves a feeling somewhat wet, oily, sticky, and an unpleasant sticky residue to the skin of the hand, and its subsequent invention eliminates the stickiness of its internal surface with a solution containing nitrocellulose and sealing resins so that its surface interior does not present this sticky residue (US patent No. 4,889,832).

Another category of gloves are gloves that have the palm piece and the back piece, or by at least the palm piece, made from artificial polyurethane leather, which generally provides a feeling good, soft and flexible, finger movement, protection, and tactile response. On the other hand, many of the leathers artificial woven or nonwoven polyurethane are much more durable than a natural leather or a sticky leather although in general they have a more poor grip capacity due to their strength less friction than natural leather. And to improve capacity of grip, the part of the glove corresponding to the palm of the hand It is made from a sheet of leather or squat leather synthetic prepared with a chrome tanning procedure with a reduced oil content and a thin, continuous layer of silicone attached to a substantial part of the palm piece of the hand as a layer of sealant that is partially penetrated into the upper sheet of leather or synthetic leather. These gloves provide excellent grip ability thanks to the layer thin, uniform, silicone sealant material that forms a continuous coating that covers the palm part. But this continuous silicone coating, regardless of that the degree of penetration is partial or total, inhibits considerably a good soft and flexible feeling, the finger movement, and tactile response, when used on a thin leather of a thickness in a range of 0.4 to 0.8 mm On the other hand, it is very slippery when there is water About continuous silicone sealant coating with regardless of whether the degree of penetration is partial or total, due to the effects of a thin film of water (patent U.S. No. 5,117,509).

Silicone is used in the technique of gloves no seams made in one piece by dipping the mandrel Hand-shaped solid in the active silicone fluid or not silicone for the formation of a thin glove wrap on hand shape on the mandrel and removing said wrap after of curing, and then the glove is suitable for surgery although as it is so tight and its internal surface is so sticky, it presents many problems when users put it on or remove so that sometimes it hurts the skin of the hand, and the New glove was made by dispersing a silicone novel or silicone of two types with silica particles incorporated into the final immersion procedure to form the textured internal surface that has less friction and It is easier to put on or take off, although it has no relationship at all with the ability to grip the surface outside of the glove required for the sports glove (patent U.S. No. 5,620,773).

Another category of glove is the sports glove of winter, in whose area of the palm of the hand a patch is fixed of an additional layer of synthetic leather sewing it, and in said patch the elastomer is applied with a continuous embossed pattern with a plurality of openings through the elastomeric polymer. These types of gloves are especially useful for skiing, riding in snowmobiles, etc. Although this type of layer patch sticky, additional and independent of the glove is very helpful in the ability to grip in the case of sports gloves winter for example for skiing, snowmobiling, etc. it is not possible to get a good soft and flexible feeling, finger movement, and tactile response when wearing this type of glove due to its thicker lining, insulators, the padding, etc., regardless of the addition of a layer independent sticky, and not practical for gloves sports that require a lot of sensitivity, such as golf, sports with bats, etc., because the independent sticky layer and additional, when applied to this type of glove, inhibits considerably a good soft and flexible feeling, the finger movement, tactile response, etc. And it also turns out very slippery when there is water on the elastomeric polymer due to the effects of the thin film of water which It constitutes a quite unacceptable condition for users of golf or batting gloves (U.S. Patent No. 5,625,900).

The rest of the current gloves have an extremely poor grip capacity when they get wet, and when they are completely saturated with water, which often occurs in summer due to sweat or rain, and the grip capacity varies in humid conditions. , which makes the users of the gloves perceive the change in the ability to grip and lose their grip on the golf clubs or bats, or apply a grip with too much firmness with excessive grip strength, which all the body becomes more rigid than desirable, ruining the beating, the swing , etc. Accordingly, there is a substantial need in the art for gloves for athletes who have a better grip that does not change in various moisture conditions, and that does not lose good soft and flexible sensation, finger movement and response. tactile.

Summary of the Invention

According to the present invention a athlete's glove comprising a back and a part corresponding to the palm of artificial leather, which It combines with the back to fit the human hand to be attached along the edges of each part in a way substantially continuous, said part being characterized corresponding to the palm of the hand because it includes:

a silicone sealant printed with a pattern on said artificial leather to form a contact surface covering a proportion of the area of printed artificial leather, thereby causing said silicone sealant to penetrate said artificial leather so that the contact surface occupies substantially the same plane as the outer surface of the leather artificial flat part and to allow capillary action between the contact surface and the adjacent artificial leather.

According to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, a part corresponding to the palm of a thickness between 0.4 and 0.8 mm leather artificial polyurethane, impregnated, in which the sealant silicone elastomer that is printed and has been penetrated properly with repeated patterns of lines, points, shapes and very tiny letters, or a combination of the above, etc., provides a consistent and improved grip ability which It does not vary in various humidity conditions. In general the glove comprises a piece corresponding to the palm of the hand and a later piece Preferably the part corresponding to the Palm of the hand is made with artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated, whether woven or nonwoven and is printed by screen printing preferably with a two-elastomeric silicone sealant types which require more than one day of temperature cure ambient although it heals in a minute or two between 130 and 170 ° C and is quite important in the process of this invention that the Silicone printed elastomeric sealant is penetrated so correct and appropriate in the artificial leather fibers of polyurethane, impregnated, so that it is not embossed but present a flat surface when hot curing.

The gloves of the present invention are Especially useful for golf gloves, batting gloves, racquetball gloves, etc., which require a good soft and flexible feeling, finger movement, response tactile, and a good, consistent grip ability, even in the various moisture conditions on the palm surface of the hand of the gloves caused by sweat, or rain. Even if The elastomeric silicone sealant is soft and flexible but very much more bulky and hard than artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated and uncovered, when applied to the artificial leather of embossed polyurethane, or in a continuous manner with penetration partial in artificial leather gloves, inhibits a good feeling Soft and flexible, finger movement, and tactile response, despite a better grip when carrying the gloves compared to artificial leather gloves from polyurethane, impregnated and uncovered and on the other hand its capacity Grip is strongly reduced when wetted or saturated with water due to the effects of thin film of water on any of the cases referred to previously. But when the silicone elastomeric sealant is apply with repeated patterns of lines, points, shapes and letters tiny, or a combination of the above, etc., in a way that covers the surface minimally and so that it penetrates suitably in the artificial leather fibers of polyurethane, impregnated, before curing by means of heat treatment, the grip ability improves compared to the artificial leather of polyurethane, impregnated and uncovered, without losing its good feeling original softness and flexibility, finger movement, and the tactile response, and on the other hand it never varies in the various humidity conditions unlike elastomeric polymer sticky embossed, artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated and discovered, the sticky leather, or the continuous thin layer of silicone sealant that is partially penetrated, and the others systems known so far.

Brief description of the drawings

The present invention will become more understood. completely from the detailed description provided in the following and the accompanying drawings which are provided by way of illustration only, and therefore, are not limiting of the present invention and in which:

Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a athlete's glove of the present invention, which illustrates particularly the part thereof corresponding to the palm of the hand;

Fig. 2 is an enlarged plan view of a silicone sealant with a hexagonal pattern which has been made penetrate the fibers of an artificial leather according to the present invention;

Fig. 3 is an enlarged sectional view of a Hexagonal pattern silicone sealant which has been made penetrate the fibers of an artificial leather according to the present invention;

Fig. 4 (A) is a perspective view of a second embodiment of the present invention that shows the silicone sealant with hexagonal pattern which has been penetrated the main part of the palm of the hand of the glove according to the present invention;

Fig. 4 (B) is an enlarged view in section of Fig. 4 (A), taken along line 4 (B) - 4 (B);

Fig. 5 (A) is a perspective view of a third embodiment of the present invention that shows the hexagonal pattern silicone sealant that has been made penetrate the artificial leather patches which is fixed by seams to the main parts of the palm of the glove according to the present invention; Y

Fig. 5 (B) is an enlarged view in section of Fig. 5 (A), taken along line 5 (B) - 5 (B) showing patches printed with silicone and set.

Detailed description of the embodiments preferred

Then, referring to the drawings, in which the graphic representations have the objective only to illustrate preferred embodiments of the present invention and not for the purpose of limiting it, Fig. 1 illustrates the "A" glove of the present invention. Glove "A" is generally composed of a piece corresponding to the palm of the hand and a back piece. It is preferable that the "A" glove fits tightly on the human hand. Preferably the piece corresponding to the palm of the hand and the back piece are attached when sewing the side edges of the piece corresponding to the palm of the hand and the back piece of the glove, etc., in a conventional, substantially continuous manner. A material particularly suitable for the part corresponding to the palm of the glove "A" is this artificial leather of polyurethane, impregnated, soft and flexible, although the back piece it can be of the same material or of different materials depending of the preferences of the user and the use of the glove; (Golf, sports with bats, racquetball, soccer, etc.), and temperature exterior that varies with the seasons of the year, etc. And what is more important, the palm part and the inner part of the thumb of glove "A" should preferably be printed by means of a screen printing method of preferably an elastomeric silicone sealant 20 of two types and should be exposed to the air as the sealant Printed silicone elastomer penetrates and bonds properly with the fibers 10b of artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated, before curing between 130 and 170 ° C for a minute or two.

One of the preferred elastomeric sealants 20 Silicone of two types is the KE-1300T and the hardener CAT-1300 from the Japanese company Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. To the main part of KE-1300T silicone is added between a 10 and a 30% by volume hardener CAT-1300 and mixed thoroughly before application, and for printing the silicone is used a somewhat thicker silkscreen plate since its fluidity is less than that of the usual printing ink and in the artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated, a minimum volume of silicone elastomeric sealant 20.

In Figs. 2 and 3 it is quite evident that the grip capacity is partially obtained from the exposed upper surface 20a of the elastomeric sealant of silicone, of which the other part 20b has been penetrated into the 10b polyurethane fiber, and partially from the surface discovered 10a of artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated, and these two different parts, 10th and 20th, of the surface, which preserve the original flat surface of the artificial leather of polyurethane, impregnated, initial, are the essential parts of the present invention different with respect to those of printing Continuous embossed or penetrated silicone partially.

It has a better grip capacity than the artificial leather impregnated with exposed polyurethane, so which never varies in various humidity conditions unlike of the other conventional, patented gloves or all of the rest of gloves known so far due to the superior features of the flat combined surface of the bare polyurethane 10a and partially printed silicone 20a. Thanks to the minimum area 20a (generally between 20 and 40% of entire surface) of silicone that is printed and made penetrate properly, it presents its original characteristics of a good soft and flexible feeling, finger movement, tactile response, etc., of artificial leather impregnated with polyurethane, discovered, although it has achieved a capacity of improved grip, which does not vary under various conditions of moisture, even when fully saturated with water. When he 20 elastomeric silicone sealant is printed on leather artificial polyurethane, impregnated, it is preferred that it be made penetrate and bind properly with the fibers 10b, which indicate with the tiny lines of Figs. 1 to 5

The other embodiments are the cases in which the silicone elastomeric sealant is partially printed only in the main parts as in Figs. 4 (A) and 4 (B), or is applied as patches by sewing said patches 30 of leather of the same silicone printing procedure as in the Figs. 5 (A) and 5 (B).

To obtain an embodiment of the present invention, firstly an impression is made by Silkscreen printing with two silicone elastomeric sealant 20 two components properly mixed with repeated patterns of lines, points, shapes, very tiny letters or with a combination of the above, etc., in the artificial leather piece 10 of polyurethane, impregnated, between 0.4 and 0.8 mm thick understand the palm piece, and then leave at room temperature, preferably between 10 and 30 ° C, until properly penetrates the fibers 10b of the artificial leather 10 of polyurethane, impregnated, and the upper surface 20a of the silicone printed level with the initial surface 10a of artificial leather of polyurethane, impregnated, and finally allowed to cure for a minute or two between 130 and 170 ° C. It is quite important in the method of the present invention that the elastomeric sealant Printed silicone is penetrated properly and sufficiently in and merges with the artificial leather fibers of polyurethane, impregnated, so that it is not embossed when cured in hot. The gloves of the present invention are especially useful for golf gloves, batting gloves, gloves racquetball, etc., that require the best feeling of softness and flexibility, finger movement, tactile response, and good grip capacity that does not vary under the various conditions of moisture, including wetting of the gloves by sweat or the rain on the users of the gloves. Although the sealer Silicone elastomer is soft and flexible but much more bulky and hard than artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated and discovered, when applied in relief, or in a continuous way with partial penetration, in artificial leather gloves, inhibits considerably a good feeling of softness and flexibility, the finger movement, and tactile response, despite a improved grip ability when wearing gloves on comparison with polyurethane artificial leather gloves, impregnated and uncovered and on the other hand the grip ability is strongly reduces when wetted or saturated with water due for the purposes of the thin film of water in any of the cases referred to above. But when he Elastomeric silicone sealant is applied with patterns repeated lines, dots, shapes and tiny letters, or a combination of the above, etc., in a way that the coverage of its surface is minimal and so that it penetrates properly into and binds with the artificial leather fibers of polyurethane, impregnated, before hot curing and continues to present a flat surface, grip ability improves compared to artificial polyurethane leather, impregnated and uncovered, without lose your good feeling of softness and flexibility, movement of the fingers, and the tactile response, and on the other hand it never varies in the various humidity conditions unlike the polymer embossed sticky elastomeric, artificial leather polyurethane, impregnated, and bare, sticky leather, or this silicone sealant layer that partially penetrates continuously, and the other systems known so far. Easily eject water content from top surface from printed silicone 30a to artificial leather fibers 10a polyurethane, impregnated and uncovered adjacent to the surface 20a printed silicone top on the same level thanks to the immediate hair phenomenon when the golf club is held, the whisk, etc., and avoid the effects of thin water films to Difference of continuous silicone sealant printing in relief or that is partially penetrated, although it provides a Good grip ability under normal conditions.

For those skilled in the art also they can reveal modifications and additional improvements of the invention. In this way, the specific combinations of parts described and illustrated in this document are intended to represent only preferred embodiments of the invention, and are not intended to act as limitations of alternative devices within the scope of the invention. Further, Those skilled in the art will recognize that the sports glove defined and claimed herein can be applied additionally in other special uses, not sports, that require improved grip capacity, for example gloves aviation and the like and for the purposes of the patent the expression gloves sports will be defined in a way that encompasses that meaning more large.

Claims (14)

1. An athlete's glove comprising a back and a part corresponding to the palm of artificial leather (10), which is combined with the back to adapt to the human hand by being attached along the edges of each part in a substantially continuous manner, said part corresponding to the palm of the hand being characterized in that it comprises:
a silicone sealant (20) printed with a pattern on said artificial leather (10) to form a surface (20a) contact covering a proportion of the leather area artificial printed, thus penetrating said sealant (20) of silicone in said artificial leather (10) so that the contact surface (20a) occupies substantially the same plane that the outer surface of the artificial leather of the flat part (10a) and to allow capillary action between the surface (20a) of contact and adjacent artificial leather (10).
2. The athlete's glove according to claim 1, wherein said artificial leather is impregnated with polyurethane.
3. The athlete's glove according to claim 1 or claim 2, wherein the silicone sealant is a two component silicone sealant.
4. The athlete's glove according to claim 3, in which the two component silicone sealant is composed of KE-1300T silicone with hardener CAT-1300, in which silicone is added between 10 and 30% by volume hardener and mix thoroughly before application.
5. The glove for athletes according to any previous claim, wherein the contact surface (10a) covers between 20 and 40% of the artificial leather zone printed.
6. The athlete's glove according to claim 5, in which said pattern is made with at least one selected from the group consisting of lines, points, geometric shapes and fine letters, to form a pattern repeated.
7. The athlete's glove according to claim 6, wherein said pattern is a hexagonal mesh.
8. The glove for athletes according to any previous claim, wherein said synthetic leather has a thickness between 0.4 and 0.8 mm.
9. The glove for athletes according to any previous claim, wherein said pattern extends throughout the palm part of the hand.
10. The glove for athletes according to any previous claim, wherein said part of the palm of the hand is obtained with a procedure comprising the following stages:
printing a predetermined amount of a two component silicone sealant with a repeated pattern in a artificial leather material that is between 0.4 and 0.8 thick mm covering a proportion of the printed area;
maintenance of printed leather material at a temperature between 10 and 30 ° C, to allow a level default penetration of silicone sealant; Y
curing of the leather material in which it has penetrated the silicone sealant for up to two minutes at a temperature between 130 and 170 ° C.
11. A part manufacturing process corresponding to the palm of an athlete's glove that It comprises the following stages:
printing a predetermined amount of a two component silicone sealant with a repeated pattern in a artificial leather material that is between 0.4 and 0.8 thick mm covering a proportion of the printed area;
maintenance of printed leather material at a temperature between 10 and 30 ° C, to allow a level default penetration of silicone sealant; Y
curing of the leather material in which it has penetrated the silicone sealant for up to two minutes at a temperature between 130 and 170 ° C.
12. The method according to claim 10 or claim 11, wherein said printing step is performed with a screen printing procedure.
13. The procedure according to any one of the claims 10 to 12, wherein the proportion of the printed area Cover by the sealant is between 20 and 40%.
14. The procedure according to any one of the claims 10 to 13, wherein the two silicone sealant components is composed of silicone KE-1300T with the hardener CAT-1300, in which the silicone is add between 10 and 30% by volume of the hardener and mix thoroughly before using them at that stage of Print.
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